Re: INHD is on! woohoo!
- --- In HDTV-in-SFbay@yahoogroups.com, "Larry" <alpertl@y...> wrote:
> --- In HDTV-in-SFbay@yahoogroups.com, hyy55 <hyy55@y...> wrote:now....
> > --- Steve <macsquid@y...> wrote:
> > > Alvin,
> > >
> > > Changing packages now will not cause the InHD
> > > channels
> > > to appear...you will need to wait until you see them
> > > in the guide (and can tune to 195/196 and see not
> > > authorized).
> > >
> > > Nothing here in Saratoga either (we share the same
> > > system as Milpitas). Hopefully it wont be long
> > > since
> > > they recently switched ESPNHD to 193 as part of the
> > > preparation for putting up InHD channels
> > >
> > Here is Cupertino, I see the channels in the guide and
> > I get Not Authorized.
> > I am on a trial of Digital Plus.
> You will need to call them. I was not authorized, and I have the
> platinum package. I called a couple of times, as box re-
> authorization was not giving access.
> I finally got a smart tech on the line. She pulled off my platinum
> package, added in the INHD stations, and then added back in my
> There is something wrong with the automated authorization of these
> stations, which is why no one is getting them with automated box
> resets that are sent out. I would hope they have it fixed by
>I was asked to expand on this a little via private email to my yahoo
account, but the reply bounced, so I will post the reply here...
>Please explain further....I am in Burlingame and on an old AT&TFrom my experiences, what happened was that when the customer service
> package. InHD and InHD2 show up on channels 194 and 195 as "not
> authorized". What do I need to do to get them "authorized".
> Also, somewhat OT...what is the Comcast package I will need to get
> receive at least ESPN - HBO - Fox Sportsworld (as well as InHD and
rep did a box reauthorization (the box will reboot) access to INHD
was still not authorized. She then proceeded to remove my complete
premium package from my service, which left me with basic digital
service. She then did a box reauthorization for the INHD channels,
which gave me access to them. She then put my premium package back
on my line.
It took about 5 minutes.
If you have HD service (pay the extra $5 a mo. for the box), you
should have INHD, INHD2, CBS, ABC, KQED. Subscribing to any package
that includes either/both Showtime or HBO will automatically give you
the corresponding HD channel if you already have the HD box.
- Comcast has some nice cards the installers are handing
out that break out the tiers (although they fall
behind as new channels come on). Short of scheduling
an install, you might visit your local payment office
there are a bunch of them you can see when you
localize the website and there may be one really
close. I looked for a pdf earlier but didnt find one.
and you are right, at least so far they are keeping
with the policy of providing the HD version of a
channel for free (and not having a separate HD tier).
Since InHD doesnt have a peer SD channel they chose to
through it into the lowest digital tier (for no
additional cost). Hopefully they will throw in more
new HD only channels into that (such as HDNet, but I
think HDnet coming to comcast is only an
--- Son Pham <pham_sm@...> wrote:
> Thanks for the previous information... on this note,<http://rd.yahoo.com/M=256694.4002236.5216697.1261774/D=egroupweb/S=1
> I thought it
> was Comcast's policy that the HD channel would be
> included if you
> had a subscription to the non-HD channel. I suppose
> it's early to
> speculate on policy since there are only a few
> non-broadcast HD
> channels out there. Also, does anyone have a link
> (or a pdf) of
> Comcast's price tiers and corresponding channel
> line-ups for the
> Peninsula? I only found an analog and digital
> breakdown on the
> Comcasts site.
> --- In HDTV-in-SFbay@yahoogroups.com, "Chris Kast"
> > I agree. I'm sure at some point Comcast will
> condense all/most of
> > cable-based HD channels into a single HD
> package...similar to what
> > satellite companies are doing. Keep in mind
> though...there are
> > that Comcast will be adding more HD channels this
> month (HDNet,
> > Discovery) and I'm sure they will fall into the
> same realm as the
> > channels.
> > --
> > Chris K.
> > _____
> > From: E Frank Ball [mailto:frankb@e...]
> > Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 10:46 AM
> > To: HDTV-in-SFbay@yahoogroups.com
> > On Thu, Oct 02, 2003 at 10:29:18AM -0700, Chris
> Kast wrote:
> > } >Does anyone know if InHD1 and 2 are available
> with just the HD
> > } >package or does it need to be bundled with a
> > } >package. There still seems to be some
> confusion at Comcast
> about (1)
> > } >it's existence and (2) who should be receiving
> it. I only have
> > } >expanded service (Ch. 2 through 70-ish) and I'm
> not recieving
> it. Is
> > } >everyone else who's getting it have a digital
> > }
> > } According to a number of posts on AVS, it looks
> like the minimum
> > package
> > } you need is Digital Classic which runs for about
> > So I can get those two channels for only $32/month
> extra. No
> > --
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